It makes sense for Sony to be on the online/streaming entertainment business. They have movie studios with a massive back catalogue and series as well. They're also a music publisher and games as well. I'm surprised they haven't done their own streaming services combining all these elements. Huge potential if they get it right. If they expand their Anime business they could add that tooBasically what you are trying to imply is that he who makes the road owns the automakers. When really the only thing that happens is that he gets $ through tax.
With so many competing cloud companies, the only thing happening for content creators is choice and a better price.
You are looking at it from a monopolist standpoint, where a company with a cloud infrastructure will effectively cut out everyone else when in fact what they want is everyone else to rent it.
Who provides the infrastructure for Netflix, the biggest in the world? Amazon. Yet in this interpretation of yours, Amazon should be cutting Netflix off and make it exclusive to their streaming service and force Netflix to negotiate with them towards putting Netflix content on Prime. But that’s not what happens, and Disney is also using Amazon.
You are looking at the world upside down.